For those who have been running the iOS 15 betas for several weeks I can understand how some of the excitement might be worn off. I just installed beta 7 on my old 6s yesterday. I chose not to put it on my iPhone 12.
So far, I’m not as excited for iOS 15 as I have been for previous iOS updates.
I’m still on iOS 14.1, and haven’t followed any of the many threads on MacRumors talking about the new features, so I don’t even know what iOS 15 will bring except for CSAM. I was excited to try it out next month until CSAM was announced, but now I’m going to stay on iOS 14.1 and hope iOS 14.7 will eventually be jailbroken.
Well, actually I really don’t know why people use the “excited” word so much on this forum. What, exactly, should make me excited about the new iOS? It’s the same over the years. One little change here, another one there, and that’s it. I will update when possible and keep using it, because it’s more secure and newer. But excited? I really don’t remember being excited because a new OS version in all my entire life. Maybe I was excited when Windows 95 was released… but I’m not sure even about that